Australian Export : A Guide to Law and Practice
Australian Export: A Guide to Law and Practice remains an ideal introduction and guide to the legal requirements and processes that affect international transactions, and their commercial implications. As global trade and overseas markets become increasingly important for Australian business, the need for a concise and accessible overview of relevant laws and procedures has never been greater. Australian Export meets this need with an emphasis on real-world considerations and practical solutions, underpinned by expert commentary on the law. This new edition has been thoroughly updated to reflect recent legal developments in Australia and internationally, and the coverage of many topics has been expanded. New examples and case studies have been added, and each chapter now includes key concepts and further reading to reinforce learning.
- Paperback | 352 pages
- 175 x 247 x 20mm | 710g
- 24 Nov 2014
- CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
- Cambridge, United Kingdom
- 2nd Revised edition
Table of contents
1. An introduction to the export and import of goods and services; 2. Contracts for the international sale of goods; 3. Incoterms; 4. Payment; 5. Transport of exported goods; 6. Cargo insurance; 7. Customs and anti-dumping; 8. Exporting through an overseas representative; 9. Exporting via licensing and franchising arrangements; 10. Exporting via an overseas business presence; 11. Dispute settlement; 12. Exporters and the WTO.
About Justin Malbon
Justin Malbon is a Professor at the Law School, Monash University. Bernard Bishop is a former Senior Lecturer in the Department of International Business and Asian Studies, Griffith Business School, Griffith University.